Why Microsoft's muscling of Symantec is good

November 11, 2010
The big vendors are crying over Microsoft's renewed push into desktop security. This time, Redmond is on our side
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Microsoft fumbles Windows Phone 7 ad campaign

November 04, 2010
The ads for Windows Phone 7 are the perfect metaphor for a company that has lost its way
, Microsoft
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Will the lawyers shut down the Web over privacy?

October 28, 2010
A class-action lawsuit accuses Google of leaking personal data to advertisers -- but would the Web survive if search engines and social networks really had to preserve your privacy?
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Why Facebook is selling you out -- and won't stop

October 21, 2010
Facebook and its developers could bring in as much as $1 billion this year; only a bozo would think that Mark Zuckerberg will give that up to protect the privacy of his users
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Don't drop that iPhone!

October 14, 2010
First, it was the iPhone's antenna, now it's the glass: New data shows just how fragile the iPhone 4 really is
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It's time to stop rewarding companies that send jobs overseas

October 07, 2010
The U.S. economy can't improve until the government ends tax breaks for companies that offshore our jobs
Outsourcing
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The extremism destroying the Internet's content promise

September 30, 2010
An idiotic Senate bill, copyright trolls, and Big Entertainment are threatening freedom of information -- will they destroy legitimate Internet content in the process?
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Apple scores another victory in customer satisfaction

September 23, 2010
The gap between Apple and the PC makers has never been wider, proving it's not just fan boys who love their Macs
Laptop PCs, Apple
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The broadband business: A duopoly in action

September 16, 2010
Moore's Law has driven down prices for PCs, DVRs, and more -- so why do broadband customers still pay too much?
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Take a lesson from Hurd: It pays to break the rules when you're the boss

September 09, 2010
Hurd scored $34 million for his bad behavior at HP; now he's nabbed a high-profile gig at Oracle. What's the message here?
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